R Tomaselli

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IL-10 is a cytokine produced by B and T-cells, monocytes and keratinocytes with pleiotropic effects, some of which are directed towards suppressing monocyte activities (anti-inflammatory cytokine). No information at the protein level is available concerning IL-10 in suction blister fluids from psoriatic skin, even if contrasting data have been reported on(More)
A 29-year-old man was examined for disseminated erythematous scaling patches and plaques and reddish, partially ulcerated nodules. Histological examination showed a dense, diffuse, epidermotropic infiltrate located in the entire dermis to the subcutaneous tissue, composed mainly of large pleomorphic T lymphocytes. Immunohistochemistry revealed positivity of(More)
Ten subjects with plaque-type psoriasis (5 females, 5 males, median age 47, range 20-71 years, median psoriasis area and severity index [PASI] score = 15.5, range 8.1-23.0) were observed before (week 0) and at the second and sixth week after starting treatment (PASI = 10.5, range 7.8-14.6; PASI = 8.5, range 1.6-11.6, respectively). At each of these times,(More)